Hyundai unveils NFC smartphone feature to replace key fob
Wireless power for the price of a penny
(Phys.org) -- The newspaper-style printing of electronic equipment has led to a cost-effective device that could change the way we interact with everyday objects.
Samsung rolls out NFC phone sticker innovation (w/ Video)
Marvell's wireless chip set to raise connection fever
Mobile industry champions paying with phones
Paying with a mobile phone is gradually become a reality for consumers, with banks, telecommunications operators and Internet players all jumping in to offer payment options.
No more virtual pickpocketing of credit cards, thanks to new tap and pay technology
(PhysOrg.com) -- With technology has come ease. These days, thanks to near-field communications (NFC) and radio frequency identification (RFID), consumers no longer have to swipe credit cards through an interrogative machinethey ...
BlackBerry to use key technology by Assa Abloy
Assa Abloy AB, the world's leading lock group, said Tuesday it is collaborating with Research in Motion to include key-card technology in upcoming BlackBerry models.
Google opening smartphone wallets (Update)
Google opened its smartphone wallet to the public on Monday.
Google wants to turn your smartphone into a wallet
In a Mountain View convenience store, Marc Freed-Finnegan carries a bottle of water up to the cashier, who scans it and announces the price. Freed-Finnegan touches his smartphone to a gray plastic sensor labeled "PayPass," ...
New Zoosh technology provides NFC capabilities without the chip
Renesas creates a near-field wireless communication with no battery use
Nanoscale waveguide for future photonics
The creation of a new quasiparticle called the "hybrid plasmon polariton" may throw open the doors to integrated photonic circuits and optical computing for the 21st century. Researchers with the U.S. Department ...
Rivals likely to reach for Google's 'Wallet'
With the announcement of "Google Wallet" the Internet giant became the first player to dash into a future where people use smartphones as credit cards, but rivals are expected to cut its lead short.